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I often take visitors to see this easily accessible and fine piece of aboriginal rock art. In a cavern in the rock the painted Bunjil figure sits with his two dingos beside him. Bunjil is the creator deity and this painting has great significance for...More
Bunjils Shelter or Cave is a site of Aboriginal wall painting. It is quite close to Stawell. There is a car park, unisex toilet and nothing else but peace and flies. It is a huge shame that the actual artwork is now protected by an...More
As an Aboriginal person, I really enjoyed visiting Bunjils shelter. I appreciate the care and preservation of this brilliant piece of history. I ask you to take a moment when visiting this area to really think about our past and take in this land for...More
This seems to have very few visitors, which is sad considering the amazing nature of this - could be thousands of years old! First rock art I've ever seen and it was incredible to think of the history this could represent. Only 100m from the...More
We visited the Shelter when we went from Halls Gap, Grampians back to Melbourne by car. The shelter is only half an hour drive from Halls Gap. Easy to find and worth a visit. We went there in the morning and the view from the...More